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Post Info TOPIC: Changing flooring in rig.

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Changing flooring in rig.

We wondered how many have taken the carpeting out of their rig and replaced it with either tile or wood/Pergo flooring (especially in the living/dining area)??  It seems to me that it would be much easier to keep clean.
If you have done this - who did it for you?  Are you happy with the result? And also please give us as many tips and feedback as possible - we are thinking about doing this maybe when we get back to Tampa.

Jackie and Tony
2009 Alumascape Suite
Ford F350 Dually

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I've seen a lot of posts where the RV'ers have replaced the carpet with Pergo type, tile or linoleum. They've done the work themselves.

In my in-laws motorhome, I removed the carpet and put in heavy duty stick down tiles. It was a weekend project and held up well for many years, even through several years of off road racing support (lots of sand and gravel).

A friend in the RV resort we are at currently is in the process of replacing his flooring this week.

I've read where a couple of RV'ers have hired regular flooring people to do the work. There are RV Interior remodel companies listed on the internet.


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